Coconut Crab: The Coconut Crab is the only species of the genus Birgus and is related to the terrestrial hermit crabs of the genus Coenobita ~ [Wikipedia]

Coconut Crab: The Coconut Crab is the only species of the genus Birgus and is related to the terrestrial hermit crabs of the genus Coenobita ~ [Wikipedia]

Coconut Crab: The Coconut Crab is the only species of the genus Birgus and is related to the terrestrial hermit crabs of the genus Coenobita

Coconut Crab: The Coconut Crab is the only species of the genus Birgus and is related to the terrestrial hermit crabs of the genus Coenobita

Coconut Crab

Coconut Crab

Giant Coconut Crab

Giant Coconut Crab

Coconut Crab #Guam #animals

Coconut Crab #Guam #animals

The Giant Coconut Crab (Birgus latro) is the largest terrestrial arthropod in the world. It is known for its ability to crack coconuts with its strong pincers in order to eat the contents. This crab is more than 3 feet from head to tail and weighs up to 40 pounds, with a pair of large pincers strong enough to open coconuts.

The Giant Coconut Crab (Birgus latro) is the largest terrestrial arthropod in the world. It is known for its ability to crack coconuts with its strong pincers in order to eat the contents. This crab is more than 3 feet from head to tail and weighs up to 40 pounds, with a pair of large pincers strong enough to open coconuts.

Coconut Crab ~ The largest land-living arthropod in the world with a weight of up to 4.1 kg (9.0 lb), it can grow to up to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) in length from leg to leg and is found on islands across the Indian Ocean and parts of the Pacific Ocean as far east as the Gambier Islands, mirroring the distribution of the Coconut Palm whose fruit it eats (Coconuts). ~ Miks' Pics "Sea Life lll" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/sea-life-lll/

Coconut Crab ~ The largest land-living arthropod in the world with a weight of up to 4.1 kg (9.0 lb), it can grow to up to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) in length from leg to leg and is found on islands across the Indian Ocean and parts of the Pacific Ocean as far east as the Gambier Islands, mirroring the distribution of the Coconut Palm whose fruit it eats (Coconuts). ~ Miks' Pics "Sea Life lll" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/sea-life-lll/

Red Crab Migration, Christmas Island | Australia  At the beginning of the wet season, most adult red crabs suddenly begin a spectacular migration from the forest to the coast to breed. During peak migration times, sections of roads where crabs cross in high numbers may be closed to vehicles for short periods of time. (Photos by Alain Thain, Charlie Summers, and Max Orxard)

Red Crab Migration, Christmas Island | Australia At the beginning of the wet season, most adult red crabs suddenly begin a spectacular migration from the forest to the coast to breed. During peak migration times, sections of roads where crabs cross in high numbers may be closed to vehicles for short periods of time. (Photos by Alain Thain, Charlie Summers, and Max Orxard)

Coconut Crab, the Mother of Nopes. - Album on Imgur

Coconut Crab, the Mother of Nopes. - Album on Imgur

Behold, the terror that is the Giant Coconut Crab.

Behold, the terror that is the Giant Coconut Crab.

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